Open Letter To Former President, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan

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Dear President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan (GCON)

By way of introduction, I am Comr. Arerebo Salaco Yerinmene Peter’s Jr, a bonafide son of Ijaw Nation (Niger Deltan), from Ayakoromo and Ogodobiri town, Burutu and Bomadi local government area in Delta State and above all am a beneficiary in one of your astounding scholarship program under the management of Dr. Patrick Akpobolekemi Ziakede. I am writing to you from the depths of my heart because how much I wanted to, I was not able to express these to you in person (one-on-one).
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Mr. President As your tenure as the president Fedrral Republic of Nigeria has come to a close end, i would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your hard and commitment in building a strong, prosperous and a United Nigeria although is crystal clear that you face a lot of distraction (sentiments, criticism and security challenges ) intentionally cause by people that doesn’t want the betterment of Nigeria, who want political leadership for self-fish and self promotional reasons. Mr. President, have these! Indeed, you have epitomized these qualities never wavering no matter how vicious and hurtful the political and personal attacks have been. No doubt, your faith guided you and you let it!

Leaders the world over think about two paramount things: the PRIMACY of the citizens? needs and the LEGACY they leave behind long after they have gone. It seems, Mr. President, you think more about the two mentioned above and less about staying in power because you make it loud and clear to all Nigerians that “The blood of one Nigerian is far worth than your political ambition. There is one thing you have to remember as you disengage as the president come May 29th and on: Time will come when you?ll be needed in the world either by political necessity, biological, peacefull necessity and physiological necessity. Power ends, but your legacy will not end regardless of what it is. You might will continue to go higher in history as the first President from the Niger Delta region (South-South) that rebrands democracy in the country; you will surely be remember for generations to come. The onus is on you!

Mr. President , the recent presidential election that you lost shows that you are a man of your word, a true and transparent democrat, you deserve international recognition as a peace loving man, a man to be called world leader and legend of our time. Thank you very much for the free and fair election you delivered, for accepting the defeat and for congratulating your successor GMB, it shows and prove to me that you are not bias in politics, peace loving, violence free and selfless leader, for this, history will be very kind to you and you will continue to be remembered by the new generational leaders as a true democrat, you have won the heart of all Nigerians?.

Mr. President you take a step that will be use as an instrument to tackle violence, you have surprise the entire world with your bold sportsmanship. I assure you that as a new generation upcoming leader i will surely copy your good leadership step and you will forever remain in my heart and as a president you have proved to me that politics is not a ?do or die? affair.

Mr. President I haven’t said this, you are far Commendable for the Nigerian Seafarers Development scholarship program, the continuation of Presidential amnesty scholarship program and others. It’s has help to expand the growth of human capacity building in the country, its affect mostly the youths and in two to three years time Nigeria will be boastful about indigenous seafarers which is a plus to the maritime sector.

It’s my very great pleasure to thank you for your dedication and the great job you have accomplished in your five (5) year term as president of Nigeria and wish you all the very best in your future endeavours and we look forward to your ongoing involvement in Building Nigeria as a better nation.

In short, Mr. President, you have warmed and inspired me how to become a good leader and I bid you farewell as my President with a sense of relief for you that you can take a well-deserved break from the helm of our planet, but a tinge of sadness, too, that i will be losing your steady hand and noble, purity of vision as the leader of the free.

May Godbless Nigeria

Yours Compatriot ,

Arerebo Salaco Yerinmene Peter’sJr.

(Ayakoromite)

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